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shins in your heart." . . , ..Tha ;Senior" of the Chronicla thinks his "Junior" will "get "safely over it." We are disposed to doubt it, and would therefore recommend him to keep a sharp look out (or the editor of the Gazette and his "Junior," or they may come up missing some of these days. ( A good citizen of Boston is reported to f have been seen walking along the streets 4 with his hand fixed in a frame. When ' asked what was the matter, he replied in J ft f i I impassioned accounts, "I have had the J happiness to have this hand pressed by i Jenny Lind, and I have had it framed!" Perhaps the editor of the Gazette and the Junior" will have their heads framed as '. their eyes have beheld, and their ears ' heard the "Sweedish Nightingale." Hon. A. J. Harlan, a representative in Congress from Indiana, wrcle home to the Fort Wayne Sentinel a short time since ' his impressions of Jenny Lind as an artist. ''. He says he found her to be nothing more , than a very modest, tolerable good looking . ' woman, about twenty-seven years of age, with very great compass and modulation " of voice, but lacking two absolute and es c sential qualities to make her merit the praise so lavisely bestowed upon her by all the presses of the country, to wit: pathos and melody. I aver that there are a do zen young ladies in the city of Fort Wayne - who, with the same experience, would be her equal.' It is not worlli S7 much less 625 to hear her sing one night. ... How doctors will disagree! WHEAT AND CORN. The following table exhibits the number of acres and the number of bushels of wheat and corn grown in Monroe county in 1850, as returned by the several town '. ship assessors. We are satisfied that these - returns are more or less incorrect, as the assessors had completed listing the taxable property, before the law, requiring them to return the quantity of wheat and corn, was ' received WHEAT. CORN. j Tuwnihipi. Acre. Bushels. Acres. Bushels. Adams 1152 18.740 1249 36.635 ' Bethel 736 7,398 915 27.040 Centre 1539 23,467 1297 42,845 Elk 764 7,644 780 23,922 Enoch 856 9,991 917 22,090 Franklin 1259 15.9G3 1427 46,760 Green 1323 13.830 1200 28,415 Jackson 468 5,93? 964 37,131 'Malaga 1980 26,386 1409 S8.128 Ohio 1435 18,411 1367 40,470 Perry 1321 12,987 1263 34,192 Salem 1493 17,248 1429 50,895 " Seneca 1170 14,515 1450 44.577 Stock 630 7,917 1131 50,755 Summit 922 11,998 824 24,875 Sunsbury 2170 28,069 1228 34,045 8witzerlend 1903 23,078 854 21,780 Union 1341 18,054 1 666 60.442 Washington 859 10,468 859 18,445 Wayne 805 9.114 1148 34.800 Total 21,131 301,219 23,375 729,212 By the foregoing it will be seen that Ad' ami township averages the greatest num ber of bushols of wheat per acre, and Per ry the least; and Stock the most corn per acre, and Green the least. The total av erage in the county of wheat is 12 bush els per acre, and of corn 30$ bushels per acre. Sunsbury township produced the most wheat and Union the most corn. The average of wheat to each inhabitant in the county is about 10 bushels, and of corn about 25 New Mexico. The census returns show that the area of the territory is 199,027; population 61,574; deaths in last year 1,157; farms 6,715; productive establish ments 20; sheep 453,293; mules 1 1,887; horses 7,050; cattle 31,581; value of sheep at $1 per head, $566,616 25; mules at 850 per head, $211,500, horned cattle at 912 per head, 8378,972. Or Several, State rooms of the Messen ger were entered during her last trip down, and robbed. The amount taken was about 900 dollars. Three men were ar Tested before the boat landed at Cincin nati, but it is doubtful whether they can be convicted. : To Relieve a Fit of Coughing. Close the nostrils with the thumb and finger dur ing expiration, leaving them free during inspiration. This will relieve a fit of coughing in a short time. James Baker, ' WHOLESALE DRUGGIST, ' COR NEK OF MAIN AND MOM BOB STREETS, WHEELING, VA. OFFERS for sale, at the lowest market prices, a large and well selected assortment uf h, DRUGS AND MEDICINES, French, English and American Chemicals, Paint and Oils, Brushes of all kinds, Dye-Stuffs, Bronzes, Varnishes, Perfumery, Window Glass, Surgical Instruments, Druggist' Glass Ware, Hatters' Materials, GENUINE COD LIVER OIL, Together with every article comprising the lock of a Physician or Druggist. (ly?) SHERIFF'S SALE By virtue of writ of Venditioni Exponas issued from the court of common pleas of Belmont county, Ohio, and to me directed, I will offer for sale at public outcry, I the town of Miltonsburgh, Monroe county, on Saturday, the 11 In day oj May, 185J, between the hours of 10 o'clock m and 4 o'clock p m of said day, the following described personal property, to wit: One shearing machine, 8 press plates, one dou ble carding machine, and one wool picker. Taken in elocution and levied on as the property of Pels Dorr at the suit of William Dyer. .,; M. MORHOW, Sh'ff. . y 7 1 LATESf INTELLIGENCE, REPORTED FOR THE SPIRIT OF DEMOCBACY, BV THE MORSE LINE Burning of the Steamer Webster. FORTY LIVES LOST Vicksburg, May 3, 1851. Editor Spirit of Democracy: When the steamer VVebster, from Cin cinnati for New Orleans, was about i 10 miles above Vicksburgh, she was discover ed to be or fire. The alarm was given about 4 o'clock in the mornitagyand al most instantly lie whole boat w'as envel oped in flames.'. VfcVpilof Mr. Ruckman, to whom much crediK'S,d ue, liavir ' rgo of the wheel, fnTdiaif run the boat ashore, it succeeded, until i.a ft' him from his post. tfy Jrove n- manogabie, flop"' 1 the- passeng t the first ale impossible to" uba ing of the boat, from ,nich the fii , ;s were bursting in all directions, it became terrible in the extreme. Many rushed in to the flames while others crowded to the sides of the boat till driven away by the spreading fire, and finally threw themsel ves into the current. It was with difficulty that any of the females could be saved. Many of them being separated from their husbands and friends. About 12 or 15 passengers jumped from the bow of the boat, and with difficulty saved their lives by clinging to snags, until relieved by the yawl. As soon as the fearful truth was known by the inhabitants on shore, three or four boats were rowed out to her, and succeed ed in saving the lives of several persons, who were clinging to the drift and 6nag. They were taken on board the store boat Grey Eagle, Capt. J. L. Case, who did all that could be done to afford an asylum to the few women and children saved. The number of passengers and hands was about 100, of whom only some 60 can be found. The rest it is supposed have all perished, with the boat. The Steamer New Orleans, from St. Louis for New Orleans, which hove in sight about an hour after the accident, took on board the survivors and rendered all the assistance that could be wished. The following are the names of those kill ed and missing as far as learned: Capt. Saml. Reno, and wife; Mr Henry Hani son, and one child; the wife of the Pilot; one child of Mr. Ruckman, Pilot; George JJloss, Chief Clerk; Jno. Campbell, second Clerk; child of Mr. Robwin, of New Or leans; Mary Buckuer; colored chamber maid, name, unknown; Henry, colored; Bar Keeper; Joe Hind, from Cincinnati; J. McArlue, Lynchburgh, and a girl be longing to him; others, names unknown. The Boat's papers and money are all lost. Pittsburgh, May 61 P. M. The St. Paul's Catholic Church caught fire about 11 o'clock to-day and is still burning. River 9 feet and rising. Pitsbuhgii, May 6. Dried Fruits Apples advance 6 to 12 cents per bushel. Sales 100 bushels 62 to 75 cents; and 150 bushels at 75. Peaches Sales at Si ,37f Some hold ers are demanding $1,40 per bushel. Pittsburgh, May 6 2 P. M. The St. Paul's Catholic Church on Fifth Street and Grant, caught fire from the Bishop's house, and was entirely consum ed. The loss is estimated at $25,000. A policy ofabout $14,000 expired on the first of May, and as they were going to re build, they did not take out another policy. Boston, May 1, 1851. The Steamer Niagara arrived this-morn- ing at 7 o clock. Her political intelli gence is of little interest. In England the schism in the Established Church is wid ening. The Bishop of Exter proposes the convening of a Dioceisan Synod. The Gorham question is at the bottom of the difficulty. Lady Franklin is again fitting out the Prince Albert for a voyage to the Arctic in search of the missing expedition. FRANCE. The Monituer publishes a decree con voking the Council general of Vanteur for the 5th of May to deliberate the expedien cy of admitting matter free of duty. Wheat is still lower in the agricultural districts. The Assembly has granted 200,000 francs to celebrate the anniversary of the Republic. The press favorable to the ministry urges the presentation of petitions for a revision of the Constitution. PRUSSIA. , The Berlin Ministerial states that be sides England and France, Russia has re monstrated against the Austrian annexa tion scheme. Russia has also desired mat all the German States should accede to the Frankfort Diet. Rumors ,pf Ministerial crisis are rife. . .' f AUSTJlf A. . , It is stated that thl'Austrian government is inclined. Jo aceede to the Frankfort Diet. Prince Schrarenberger is opposed to the continuenceof the D'sden Conforrence. There is a deficit in. the finances for the year.pf 77,161,723 florins. Tli? Emperor had granted an amnesty to 7 political prisoners. The government has demanded from Sardinia a passage for itstroops ill case of a rupture, t; TURKEY. ' The Austrian Ambassador has received the assurance of the porte that Kossuth BalJiypny, Misser, and the two Penie; shall be detained at Kutayah. The other Fu"itives, some 63 in number will be re leased. MARKETS. Cincinnati, May 6. Flour firm; the receipts continue very liclit. and transactions are limited. The. only sales to-day were 160 barrels from canal at $3,38 and 100 do. extra from store at $3,55. Provisions The only sales heard of this morning were 2,600 hbls. bacon hams 8 cents; 3,000 do. sides at Cc; 3,600 do. shoulders at 6c; all country cured and smoked. Whisky no change to notice in the mar ket. Cheese Sale 300 boxes in lots at to Gh The demand is limited. Butter Sales 20 firkins and 4 bbls., good fresh at 15 to 16 cents. Sugar Sales 80 hlids. fair 6i; 30 do. low fair G cents. Dried fruit There is an active de mand transactions limited. Sales 500 bushels of apples in lots at 85; 200 do. at $1,00; 150 do. peaches at $1,40; and 100 do. $1,50. Philadelphia, May 5. A shocking and brutal murder has been perpetrated in Roxburg, in this county. A man by the name of Bartlctt with his wife and children had their brains beaten out by some ruffians on last Friday night. The scene is represented as of the most horrible character. When the bodies were (liennvpi-nd on Saturday mnrnin.rr. the man and his wife were lying convenient to each jj other, and their heads literally mashed toH nieces; and in one corner of the house- where it had crawled to after it had receiv ed the fatal blow, was an infant with its skull broken in several places. A man calling himself Christian Grofinger was arrested this afternoon on suspicion of be ing the murderer. He has been fully iden tified as being the man employed by Bart lett, and witli whom he had some dispute about wages in consequence of which he had threatened Banlett's life. ARRIVAL OF THEjGEORGIA. California Mails One and a half mil lions of Gold Excitement at Havana Executions Maltreatment of Ameri cans. New York. May 61 1 P. M. The steamer Georgia arrived this morn ing with the Pacific mail and bringing one and a half million of gold on freight and 300 passengers. She left Chagres on the 25th ult. The steamers Crescent City, North America and Brother Jonathan ar rived at Chagres with few passengers. The Georgia sailed from Havana on the morning of the lstinsl. Great excitement prevailed there in consequence of the rumored invasion; and a number of persons had been imprison ed on suspicion of being concerned with the invaders. Among them were three priests for preaching mutinous sermons The day of Georgia's arrival was cele brated by the execution of a poor fellow who had been sent over to Havana by Gen. Lopez to obtain pilots for the expedition. This is the first execution that has taken place in the Island war for a political of fence, and it has created considerable ill feeling against the new Governor General; and an opinion was entertained that it would strengthen the revolutionary party. Second Despatch. 12 o'clock M. FURTHER FROM HAVANA. Matters are becoming so serious and alarming at Havana that many persons are preparing to leave the Island. ' The Captain General has taken every precau tion against an invasion. Look outs are stationed all along the coast within two miles of each other; and vessels of war are kept cruising between San Antonia and Havana. A row had occurred at Havana between some American seamen and the inhabi tants. The seamen were drunk, and were arrested and put into the stocks; from the effects of which two died. The affair is now in the hands of the American consul. The passengers by tha Georgia are gen erally in good health. At San Francisco the markets are gen erally' quiet.1 ".'American flour was' held at $12; though' sales were being made.atthe sailing of the Steamer at $11 45-" , , . .'-i,. IIazleton, Pa., May ,6. ! We had a severe snow storm here yes terday. Fina sleighing hero this morning. Snow 18 inches deep. On the 2d inat., at the residence ot Mr. Kobert Smith, in this township, ALEX ANDER TOLSON, Jr., aged about 25 years. On the 3d inst., at his residenco in this township, JOSEPH JEFFRIES, aged about 50 years. (IT-We copy the follow ing letter from Dr. W. J. Richards, one of the most respectable physicians of Cincinnati: . Conscious that it may nppcar unprofessional for me to recommend a patent medicine. I feel con strained from sense of duty to exptess my opin on in ret; ud to the virtues of Dr. Rogers's Liver wort and Tar. What I say is from personal ex periment and a positive assurance of its bciielicu results. The patient, Mr. Charles Wadp, Sixth street maiket epace, was quite low with the eatly stage of Pulmonary Consumption, for which I treated him in the usual Dimmer, but without my usual success. At the request of himself and friends, I examined (he recipe of the above medicine, and being satisfied with its composition, allowed the trial. And I am obliged to confess its effect was, at least surprising; insomuch (hat after the use of the second bottle, my professional visits were no longer necessary, and the patient was restored to health. Tlie profession I feel satisfied would, after a (rial, coincide with me, in (he adoption of the said medicine in cases where (he ordinary mode of treatment entirely tails. Respectfully, W. J. RICHARDS, M. D. For sale by Morris, Woodslield. See advertisement in another column. ffcTOT'CE IN ATTACHMENT All persons m interested will lake notice, tint Peter Dorr, on the 23rd day ol January, A. D. 1851, sued out a writ of attachment from the clerk's office ol the court of common pleas nf Monroe county, in the state ol Ohio, against Henry Yockey, in Assuinp. sit, for the sum of two hundred dollais in dama ges, which has been ser'ed and returned. WILLIAM OKEY, Clerk, By Seley Y. Mason, Dep. Clerk. May 7, 1341 6w TmiOTICE IN ATTACHMENT, All persons 11 interested will take notice, that Benjamin L. Molt, on the 27th day ol January, A D. 1851, sued out a writ of attachment from the clerk's office of the court of common pleas of Monroe county, in the slate ol Ohio, against Lncien S Cumming, in Debt, for the sum of $102 22 in debt and $50 in damages, which writ has been served and returned. WILLIAM OKEY. Clerk, , By Sei.ey Y. Mason, Dep. Clerk. May 7, 1851 Gvr AT OTICE IN ATTACHMENT. All persons 1 interested will take notice, that Nathan Ilol lister, on the 21st day of December, A. D. 1850, sued out t writ of attachment from the clerk's of fice of the court of common pleas, of Monroe county, in the state of Ohio, against Ezekiel Mat thews, in Debt, for the sum of $48 40 in debt and $50 in damages, which writ has been served and returned. WILLIAM OKEY, Clerk, By Siley Y; Mason, Dep. Clerk. ' May 7, 1851 6vr 5 ALE iF REAL ESTATE BY ORDER OF COURT. -On the 13th day of June next, be Iween the hours of 10 in the Inrenoon and 4 in the afternoon, I shall proceed to sell the Northwest quarter of Section 19, Township 7, and Range 7, in Monroe county, Ohio, containing 159 and 5 tenths acres, as the properly of James Stark, de ceased. Sale on the premises and on the follow ing conditions: One fourth ot the purchase mon ey in band, one fourth in six months, one fourth in twelve months, and the remainder in 13 months with interest from the day ol aale, to be secured to my satisfaction, and no aale for less than two thirds of the appraised value of the premises. JOSEHH CALLAND, Adm'r miy 7 wi of Jem Stark, dee'd. 'OTWEIN AT TACTIM ENT.-AII peranhs j. interested Kill take' notice, that John Lank aril, on the. I Gilt liy of December. A.D.1850,ued nut a writ of attachment from the clerk's office ol the court ol common picas of Monroe county, in the slate of Ohio, against BaZil Rhodes,- in Debt, far the sum f $128 pQ in debt and SIUU in dama ges, which ttriLlu" been served and relumed. , 1 WILLIAM OKEY. Clerk, i. ""' 1 By Ski.e Y. Masok, Dep. Cleik. " Mjy 7. 1351. 6v NbTOTICIi IN ATTACHMENT. All pcrt.ns l interested will take nut ice, tli.it Jjtues W. Mlianklaiid for the use of Nullum HullUler, on the 18th day uf January, 1351, sued out a writ of at tuchmen;. from the clerk's office ol the court of common pleas of Monroe couniy, in the state til Ohio, Hitaiuot John Tittle, in Debt, for the sum til 918 92 in iletit niid $50 in damages, u IiilI) writ h.is been served and letuined. . ' WILLIAM OKEY, Cletk, By Sklky Y. Ma on, Dip. Cleik. May 7, 1851 Civ gl ALIO OK REAL ESTATE UV ORDER OK K?J COUIl T.--On Saturday, the 7th (lay nf June, 1.-51, at 2 o'clock in ti e afternoon, uu the piemi nes in Perry township, Monroe county, Ohio, will he sold to the highest didder, the follouiiig teal estnli, as the property of Samuel Biitteulield, de. i ceased, to mii: The Northwest quartet ol Sec tion 17, Township 3, and K.uite 5, containing 161 notes, aud nhout 5 acres, mure ur less, in the South west quar'erol Section 17, Toivihip 3 and lUnga 5, bounded by an agreed line lit tiveen said dece : dent and Peter Stine, subject t" the widow's dow- er in m d premises. Terms of eale one fourth in ' hand, one fourth in six mniillis, one lout th in 12 mourns, ami me residue in in monins. won inter est from the day of sale, to be Si-cured to thesalia faction n the undersigned. THOMAS MITCHELL, Jr.. Adm'r in iy 7 of Samuel liotlentield.dec'd. STATE uF OHIO. MONKUE COUNTY, SS. Jacob Neff, Court vf Common Pleas. vs: In Chancbiiv. Giles C Hunt, The defi ndant, Giles C William McKain, Hunt, is hereby notified, tlnl Thomas II Geiiin, . the complainant. Jacob Neff, Robert MtKaiUnd, I has herel.ifote, tiled his bill mid others. j in said court, the substance nud maver of which, as far ns concerns the aid I Giles, are, that the defendants Hunt and McICiiu were indebted to complainant by note sued on in I said court, that said Giles was the former owuei of two tracts of laud, to wit: The South East qr. of ; the South West rp. ol Sec. 35, T 3. It. 4, and tin N. E. qr. of the N. W. qr. of Sec 34. T. 3, K 4 That he had mnrttcaged said tracts of laud to the defendant, Thomas 11 Geuiu, lor less than the val ue thereof. And that he had conveyed the liist named tract til the dclendent, It ibert Mi Kai land, ; without adequate consideration. The bill prays in substance, that Hie surplus interest "I Giles (J, Hunt above the claims of Geuiu and Mi Farland, if the claim of McKarland has any validity, may be subjected tojtlie payment of complainant's debt. If i said Giles tail to pleail, answer, or (lemur, w ithin sixty days after the next term of said court, the bill as to hi in will be taken as true and cnufesseJ. EDWARD AUCHBOLD, may 7, IS5I 6w Attorney for J. Neff PUIilFFIXG EXTRACT Tlie Greatest BLOOD PURIFIER I the whole World! Price 11 per Bottle, or Six IiottUi or $5. Itiiiiow put up In ilVJUT IIOTTI.KH, of tha unit power and medic-il 0i:rt ng wlicri in imnll lioirta. Ech .(irjf lutHt(rir)!a'iiB.IXTV-I''OL,lt DOSESt und itm mi'tlicatitirifl ura mo Strongly Concentrated lliHt in'y One TitbJripaonful In rrquiri'rl at a IOHr thrp c timet a diiy limn onu bo-tie hilts Twnity-Ono DnvN, which in much loiitrer than a loll!e nf twy other (lUfdionn inula, tit;cnuto tlicro required of Una 4t lew qitnntflT nt a dugi. The gritt Superimtv ttf (hit Hlooil 1'arlflrr over til oil'r !"-( iciuttf, rout!!!! in h giftti tuttiuMire in Iti porfrifMtTiF. 0 P'""l f i' ':inipi)tji!, tli powerful Mnd leu! Virtues pf o" Scarce and Knro Indian Itjots and Barks, which no otftpr modicine pnifif.',f. Tlie are tlie mit eerUfin I'tirinVri uf the Hloml r,,fci wwe ovr kuuwn ttj eiitmr 1uttajt ur white man, und tlicaje Pu.ng Compounded with llio itiontjly-canceiitruted F.s tract of SarsapariJla, Yellow Dock, CHERRY AND SASSAFRAS BARKS, mnko thin Vfffrtible Iixtmor, not only the yreutttt Jflonrf I'lirifier, (ut amu, a c hen per medicine by rnt oildrt than any other. It m cheaper, httmnm tlie quantity of it ttint mity be lioutrbt for One Dol lur will Urt in licit lonncr, and will euro lYn Tlnif h more Biood-diat'utiu, tiiim tjue iJvtiur't w orth ot any otuor mcd icin Cj?" For undoubted proof of the Cure nf Scrofula, Fever-Sores, Feald-tliXid. P'.rytipclae, SalUlVieum, llheumathm, Syr hit It, Kmptiunt, Pimpin on tite Face. IJver-4'iHituluiiltN. Pilet, I.umbmjo, L'ancerou Licert, CoHttveneMtl, Hare Eye$, DvttlX'PHin,; Paint in the Side, h ret tit, iionet,ttnd Joint, and ai.i. othkr iMrMiKK-Ili.oor, 1)israks. e our PAMPHLETS and HandOdUvvttry Afctot baa Umm lu jfive away. FOR SALE BY Morris, Woodsfield, . Wm. Stell, Stafford, Morris & Mitchell, Antiocli, J. M. Kownd, Suniineifield, Citizen Beall, Beallsville. All orders must be -addressed to Wal lace & Co., 304 Broadway, N. Y. (5) CjjHERIFK'S SALE. By virtue d( a writ of Venditioni Exponas issued from the court of Common Fleas ol Belmont couniy, Ohio, and to me directed, I will ofler lor sale at public nulciy, at the front door of the court house in the town uf Woodsfield, in said county, on Salurduy the Slsl day of May 1851, between the hours ol 10 o'clock a. in. and 4 o' clock p m. of said day, the lollowing described real estate, lying and being in said county, to wit: Being pait of the south half ol the south east quarter ol section 1, township 5, aud range 5, in the county ol Monroe and State of Ohio, begin, ning for the aame at a stone on the line ol John Sprague, at the south e?st corner of said tract of land, miming thence west lu'O poles; thence north 56 poles to a rock on the north side of the chan nel of Sunfish creek in the middle of the stream 8 7-10 poles; thence 87 degrees east 10 poles; thence south 78) deg. east 10 poles,- thence south 73J eK- a8t lu'l-10 poles to a cornet of a rock on the eorth side of the channel ol Sunfish creek; thence down said creek on the north side thereof; thence south 61 y, deg. east distance 66 poles to a small water beat if 3 inches in diameter on the aame side of the creek; thence north 62 poles lo the north aide bf said half quarter; thence east 74 poles to the north east corner of said half quarter, thsnce south 80 poles to the place of beginning; containing 60 acres of land with a grist-mill and a saw-mill thereon. Taken in execution and levied upon as the property ol John P. Kerrell at the suit ot Jeremiah Hays and Thomas Gregory, adminis trator's of Patrick Gregory, dee'd. Appraised at 1000. M. MORROW, Sheriff. April 30, 1851. $4,50. AMUEU LANDBACK'S ESTATE. N otice is hereby given that (he subscribers have been appointed and qualified as Administrators of the estate of Samuel Laudback, late of Monroe coun ty, deeeased. .. F. KOEHLER. . . , LEWIS SHIPLEY, A,,ttI April 30, 1851. .. J TATE ROAD. -Notice is hereby given to all persons interested that at the June aession of the Commissioners of Monroe county, Ohio, the said commissioners will hear the parties in faor or against the establishment of the State Road, commencing at Fairview, in Guernsey county! Ohio, thence through Belmont couniy, to Woods field, in Monroe county, and application for dam ages of env person or persons ou accouut of the location of said road through his her or their lands. , , . By order of the Commissioners. . . A ,. , J' Bl N0LI" Aud' C O. April I ; r.. ... , DAD NOTICE. -A petition will by prev Cllicw ill mo " . It county at their June aession, for 1851, pisylnj lof il.. A,.ii,.n sf ii eminfv mill, cotmnencinc county road at or near the house- of David Clin In Washington, lowmhip, thence lh ortl na most direct course through the land gf Gtorj Cfiue, Jninis Williarff-on. John Harmon, Johif Palish, John White and William Latham, Mm road leading from G' aysville to Way' mill, ? or near John Kinney's house, tltrnce tn bt In mt direct course through tlie ramfi or Wwer 4 Kureaker, Thom.i Warwick, Tery tunr, liml Orrianu, James Blair: asin ioiiehnid OfrlioVay Collins' heirs, and William Whealon' laud lo In tersect the county road at or user John Dr house. April 30, ISiO rrtiXAS AI.IOUD'S ES f ATE -Notice. lr tjP lietetiy given that the eubscrihrr ba been Appointed and qualified as Administrator, of the rxtite nf Joius Allnrd, late of Monroe county, dctea-ed. CHAULE3 AI.KOKU, Atlnr'r. Apiil 16, 1951. . l.i-,1 ADMINISTRATOR'S 8A1.E On Saturday, the 21ih day ol M.y, 1851, at 2 o'clock itf the afternoon, on the pieuiUes in S bury town ship, Monroe county, Ohio, w ill be sold to the highest didder, the following real estate, as the prnpeily ol (jeorge Snider, deceased, to wit: - The north hull of the south west quarier of ite' lion No 3, in township No. 5', of Keuge No. 6, containing 80 acres, more or less, subject to the' dower of the widow of said decedent. i. - 7. Tenns of sole: One-f urlh in hand, one-fourth in six inoiiths, one I uitti in twelve inoiVtfis, aud the reiiiduu in cignli t'ii months, with interest from the day ol sale, to be secured to the satisfaction of the imdewgoed. I THOMAS GRIFFITH, Adm'r. April 23, 1851. of Georga Suider, dsceaaad JJissolution of Partnership. f gHE partnership heretofore eiistins; betereea JD the undeisigned, under the name and firm f Holland & Okry, Mas, an the liist day of April, 1851, dixsolved by tntilual consent. 1 . HORACK HOLLAND. April 1G, 1851. JKRSMIAU OKEY. OTICE. -Notice is hereby given1 thai there will he a petition presented to the Commie sionets ol Monroe couniy, Ohio, at their ueil June ses.'iou, praying- for the location ol a county road, conf nencing at or near the run east of Alu hrose II ticker's house, uu the road leading froev Wm. Kent's lo Lewisville, running through the' lands of Ambrose Rucker, Wm. Porter, Joseph) Porter nod John Kent, to the nld school house ie school district nuinher 5, Irotn thence lo Jaroae Pi jot 's house, and fiom thence through asettOB sixteen lo intersect (he county road ttinniug tf ami down the Brister fork ol Willscreek, el or. near Thotniis It. Elder's. Apiil 16, 1851. ft OAD NOTICE. Notice is hereby gireav .laV that a petition will be presented tolhe Cam missiotiers of Noble county, at their first seasiee,. asking for the location aud establishing of a county road commencing at the conjunction of e county road up Long run, in Liberty township, Waahiug--ton county, thence to intersect the county road tunning from Papaw to Marrietsville. April 1G, 1851. A PETITIONER. Clothing Store!! M. BUKGBACHER & Co. have taken the room formerly occupied by H. Holland, where they have a large assortment of all kinds of . ' - Keaflj-3Iade Clothing, which they will sell as low as any other Establish ineiit thUside of the Blue Ridge. Also, Cutting out and Customer Work el ecu tad in the best woikman like manner. A pretty good suit can be had for bve dollars, April", 1851. S ELIZABETH JEFFRIES' ESTATE. No J tice is hereby given that the subscriber bae been ippointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Elizabeth Jeflries, late ol Monroe county, decead. JOHN KEYSER, Adm'r. April 2, 1851. New Spring and Summer &OOIIS!!! JNO.M. KIRKBR1DE has received, by late arrivals, a well selectod stork of Staple & Fancy Dry Goods,. To which the attention of buyers is Invited. His stock now embraces an assortment of Goede,. among which may be found the lollowing: Dark Domestic Prints Brown &, Bleached Dril-- Domestic Ginghams ling Striped Shirtings Brown Table Cotton Brown Linen Table. , , Cloths Bleached do do Canton Flannels Black Cloth Crash for Towels' Baired Linseys Checks, 'I ickings Bleached Shirtings Brown do Kentucky Jeans Cassinets lied & While Flannels Dark Tweed Cloth MILLINERY AND DRESS GOODS; Mudet Brown Alpacas Needle Worked Collar 1 nlack Alpacas Thread Lace X Cuging Black Thibet Cloth Lisle " French Merino Jaconet St Swls Insert Scarlet Merino ing Green Cashmere Plaid Sl Striped JaconeU Rich Figured Muslin dr Plain Jaconet Laiues Mull, Book audi S wise Blue 6l Mode Col'd do Muslins Black Silks French Artificial Black Silk Fringes and Blondes Laces Rich Bonnet It Cap Rib Heavy Wool Shawls bon Long do Kid. Silk & Coftr Glere Jenny Lind Braid Buffalo Comb Men' do Shell side do Velvet Trimming &c ka h ALSO Nails, at reduced prices. Iron and Castings. Glass and Putty. Boots and Shoes. Hats and Capt. Alt of which he invites his old friend and tomers lo call and examine. Mar 26, 1851. : JNO. M. KIRKBR1DC, 12 doz. Plow Points, Plow line nd Plow mole, for tale at KIRKBRIDE'ft Mill Saws, Mill Saw Files,. Handsaws, Drawing knives, CbbseU, Plane biUy and a great variety of Hardware, for tale at r K1RKBRIDES A Great Variety of Ironr Nail, Shovels, Barn Shovel, Folks, Alee, Waft locks, Hues, tc. 4tc, for eale at KIRKBRIDE'S. Sugar house Molasses, N. 0 Molasses, Sugar, Rice, Common Tobacco, meTlBe usual variety of Groceriea received and for eale at KIRKBRIDE'S. Sole Leather, Side Leather, Calf and Kip Skins, a well a great Variety el ' Shoes and Boots, for sale at ' KIRKBRIDE'S. Flax-seed Oil, Pure -White Lead, Paint brushes, Varnish, Turpentine, tnd a variety oi ratal, lor tale at : - - . tlRKBRtDM.' BLANK DEEDS AND MORTGAGES, ftr sl it the Office o( tha ' Spirit - '